Born 1899 in Paris, France — Died 1985 in Paris, France)
Marcel Dyf was a French painter best known for his Impressionist paintings. He traveled extensively to capture his natural scenes, but focused on three French regions in particular — Brittany, Ile de France, and Provence. He also traveled in Morocco, Venice, the United States, Holland and England. Some of Dyf’s later paintings used landscape images in new ways. He frequently added new colors, texture, and fluid lines that gave the paintings a surreal quality.
Marcel Dyf exhibited in London, New York, Dallas, San Francisco and other major cities worldwide. His work is to be found in museum collections, as well as distinguished private collections.
Red Poppies, 1950
Oil on canvas, 22" x 18", please inquire for pricing